and revealing myself one poem at a time
There is such joy in sharing a few moments withwild creatures! they are very focused and aware.Thanks-
Was going to say almost exactly the same as izzy - beautifully captured moment, and lovely instantaneous feel to the poem.
'and a bubble of joy within meto share my place in lifewith such a thing.' Wonderful Karen, you captured that instant connection, a language beyond words really.
Made me smile :)
nature's wonders come in so many delightful forms...
This is a happy little piece. I feel the same way when nature gifts me like this.
All I can say is I like it but it made me think of diminishing habitat. I know Gloomy Walking Man never lets up!
Very totemic. Though Fox has his ups and downs, I should think. :)
There is a little fox that I occasionally see trotting toward the house at twilight, like he owns the place.
Everyone - I apologize for not answering each of you individually. Work and life have been crazy busy lately, and I'm hardly finding (making) time to write at all. Sometimes, I read your blogs without commenting for the same reason. Please know that I read and appreciate everyone who comments here and hope to be back around soon.
very nice...we saw a fox last year by the basebal feild...it was fun to watch...we dont see as many these days...congrats ont eh goddess award....
excellent connection! i gave you one of my weekly goddess awards which you can collect anytime if you like.Happy blogging~Elise
a bubble of joy indeed! I laughed at the Cleopatra line following this post also.take care of the children.wonderful rhyme and rhythm in your work. i aspire to do nearly as well.Dianne